Ryanair announces discounted flights for next four days

Ryanair, today launched a winter seat sale on over 370 routes across Europe, with 500,000 seats for sale for just €9.99 for travel in November, December, January and February.

These winter seats are available for booking on www.ryanair.com for 4 days until midnight Monday, November 2 and include routes to/from:

· Brussels

· Cologne

· Copenhagen

· Dublin

· Edinburgh

· London

· Manchester

· Paris

Ryanair announces discounted flights for next four days

Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said: “With winter on its way, we’re using lower fuel prices to fund a massive winter seat sale across 370 routes in our European network, with 500,000 seats for sale for just €9.99, making Europe’s lowest fares even lower.

"These winter giveaways are only available until midnight Monday (November 2) for travel between November and February next and since these crazy low prices are sure to be snapped up quickly, we urge customers to book them today on www.ryanair.com before they sell out.”

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